Pssst. Come here. I know of a drug that can:
- Add years to your life
- Reduce risk of heart disease – by 27 percent or more
- Reduce risk of high blood pressure
- Reduce risk of stroke – by 22 percent or more
- Reduce risk of dementia
- Reduce risk of Alzheimer’s – by more than half
- Make you happier
- Decrease your stress
- Double your chances of staying substance free after treatment
- Increase your good cholesterol
- Repair your damaged DNA
- Help you sleep better
- Make you happier
You want it?
Oh, and by the way, it also gives you better sex…
It has no side effects…
It doesn’t cost any money…
What is it? It’s called, Purpose – a strong sense of purpose in your life, to be precise.
I’m not making this up. It’s proven in some great research outlined in Victor Stretcher’s book, Life on Purpose. Here are some of the specifics.
On average, people with a strong sense of purpose live longer than those without one. In fact, with just a little stronger sense of purpose, there was a 12 percent reduction in the risk of dying during a 14-year study.
Much of the research uses self-reports on a scale of 1 to 6 to determine the amount of purpose one has in life.
Another two-year study of adults with heart disease found that for every one point increase on the purpose scale there was a 27 percent lower risk in having a heart attack. A four-year study showed every one-point increase in purpose reduced stroke risk by 22 percent.
A seven-year study found that seniors with a low sense of purpose in life were 2.4 times more likely to develop Alzheimer’s than seniors with a strong sense of purpose.
Other analyses found that a lack of purpose is at least as responsible for disease and early death as tobacco, poor diet, inactivity, and stress.
This is clearly the best drug out there, and even though it won’t cost you any money, it does come at a price. You pay for this drug by taking the time and making the effort to find and pursue your Passionate Purpose.
If you find what matters most to you, what you were created to do, what will lead you to a life of meaning and significance, what will lead you to serving others – then you will have earned the best drug ever made.
Are you willing to pay that price?